Applied Mathematics

(Course Code: EY5859, Course outline)

Semester:  5 Teaching Credits: 3 ECTS Credits: 3 Type:

Compulsory

Prerequisite Courses: Mathematics Course type: Skills development Instructor:
  • To learn and choose different computational numerical methods to solve assessments related to Physical Sciences
  • To differentiate the characteristics of numerical vs analytical methods and determine the most appropriate to solve specific problems (knowledge, analysis and implementation)
  • To apply mathematical theory by running code written in advanced programming language associated with environmental issues (problem analysis, definition of parameters and variables, physical interpretation, constraints and requirements etc)
  • To learn how to use the mathematical theory and structure to express classical physical problems (e.g. volume through interval, exponential change through differential equations)
  • Address a given natural application by analyzing, planning, composing, developing the solution
  • To interpret the result and propose/support a solution based on the problem’s outcome
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Theory – Lectures
(hours / week)
:
 3
Exercises – Laboratories
(hours / week)
:
 3
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